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Neighborhoods, streets, beaches flood across the First Coast during coastal nor'easter

Here's a look at how the nor'easter has impacted different areas on the First Coast.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — Coastal cities and beaches across the First Coast experienced some serious flooding Sunday brought on by a coastal nor'easter.

Our weather experts say conditions are expected to improve on Tuesday. Until then, the nor'easter will produce significant coastal flooding and beach erosion along the Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia Atlantic Coastal area.

“No matter what your expertise level is, no matter if you’re surfing, kite surfing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, swimming even, if you’re a triathlon swimmer, we’re advising no water activity until these conditions improve. No one is invincible and these conditions can be very rough," said Lieutenant Maxwell Ervanian, prevention and training officer with the Jacksonville Beach Ocean Rescue.

Here's a look at how the nor'easter has impacted different areas on the First Coast Sunday.

The streets of downtown St. Marys took on a lot of water. 

Downtown St. Augustine didn't fare much better.

The dunes of St. Augustine Beach became partially submerged.

Huguenot Memorial Park also flooded.

Credit: First Coast Weather Watchers
Huguenot Memorial Park Park floods during Sept. 20 nor'easter.

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